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Re: The Transfer Window.
« Reply #45 on: August 05, 2010, 06:13:38 PM »
Holy shit!!

Total Premier League transfer spend in this window; £176,000,000  :O
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Re: The Transfer Window.
« Reply #46 on: August 05, 2010, 07:32:31 PM »
I noticed that, how is it so high?

City have spent, what 70 million odd? Who has spent the rest?

Arsenal only spent 10 mil, Chelsea 6 mil or so, United ? less then 10 mill, Liverpool not much, Villa, Everton, Spurs nothing of note. Unless I missed something massive while I was away but I can't figure it out  :hmpf 
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Re: The Transfer Window.
« Reply #47 on: August 05, 2010, 07:35:01 PM »
I noticed that, how is it so high?

City have spent, what 70 million odd? Who has spent the rest?

Arsenal only spent 10 mil, Chelsea 6 mil or so, United ? less then 10 mill, Liverpool not much, Villa, Everton, Spurs nothing of note. Unless I missed something massive while I was away but I can't figure it out  :hmpf 


Your guess is as good as mine. But the source is good. A U.K broadsheet, can't remember which one, either The Telegraph or The Guardian  :shy:
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Re: The Transfer Window.
« Reply #48 on: August 05, 2010, 07:38:06 PM »
Your guess is as good as mine. But the source is good. A U.K broadsheet, can't remember which one, either The Telegraph or The Guardian  :shy:

Its on Sky Sports also but no breakdown of how they got to that figure. 
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Re: The Transfer Window.
« Reply #49 on: August 05, 2010, 08:07:53 PM »
Its on Sky Sports also but no breakdown of how they got to that figure. 

The most expensive transfers
date            player                                 to           from                  m€
Jul '10   David Silva                      Manchester City    Valencia                   32
Jul '10   Aleksandar Kolarov      Manchester City   Lazio                   19
Jul '10   Laurent Koscielny                   Arsenal           Lorient           12
Jun '10   Steven Fletcher                   Wolves           Burnley           7.8
May '10   Nikola Zigic                         Birmingham           Valencia            7

Summer transfers in English Premier League
Arsenal
French defender Laurent Koscielny from Lorient for a fee of €12m; Moroccan forward Marouane Chamakh on a free transfer from Bordeaux.
Birmingham
Spanish midfielder Enric Valles from NAC Breda; Serbian forward Nikola Zigic from Valencia for a fee of €7m; Goalkeeper Ben Foster from Manchester United for a fee of €7m.
Bolton
Spanish defender Marcos Alonso from Real Madrid for a fee of €2.4m; Forward Robbie Blake from Burnley; Bulgarian midfielder Martin Petrov from Manchester City.
Chelsea
Israeli midfielder Yossi Benayoun from Liverpool for a fee of €6m.
Everton
French forward Magaye Gueye from Strasbourg for a fee of €1m; Slovakian goalkeeper Jan Mucha from Legia Warsaw; Forward Jermaine Beckford on a free transfer from Leeds; Portuguese forward Joao Silva from Aves for a fee of €0.6m.
Fulham
Swiss defender Philippe Senderos on a free transfer from Arsenal London.
Liverpool
Scottish defender Danny Wilson from Glasgow Rangers for a fee of €2.3m; Midfielder Joe Cole on a free transfer from Chelsea; Serbian midfielder Milan Jovanovic on a free transfer from Standard; Midfielder Jonjo Shelvey from Charlton Athletic for a fee of €2m.
Manchester City
Serbian defender Aleksandar Kolarov from Lazio for a fee of €19m; Ivory Coast midfielder Yaya Toure from Barcelona; Spanish midfielder David Silva from Valencia for a fee of €32m; Midfielder Alex Henshall from Swindon Town; German defender Jerome Boateng from Hamburger.
Manchester United
Mexican forward Javier Hernandez from Guadalajara Chivas; Defender Chris Smalling from Fulham.
Newcastle
Defender Sol Campbell on a free transfer from Arsenal London; Midfielder Dan Gosling on a free transfer from Everton; Defender James Perch from Nottingham Forest.
Stoke City
Goalkeeper Carlo Nash from Everton; Belgian midfielder Florent Cuvelier from Portsmouth.
Sunderland
Argentinean defender Marcos Angeleri from Estudiantes for a fee of €1.8m; Defender Titus Bramble from Wigan Athletic; Egyptian midfielder Ahmed Al-Muhammadi from ENPPI; Belgian goalkeeper Simon Mignolet from Sint-Truiden; Paraguayan midfielder Cristian Riveros from Cruz Azul.
Tottenham
Brazilian midfielder Sandro from Internacional.
West Brom
American goalkeeper Boaz Myhill from Hull City for a fee of €1.8m; Spanish defender Pablo Ibanez on a free transfer from Atletico Madrid; Romanian defender Gabriel Tamas from Auxerre; Irish midfielder Steven Reid on a free transfer from Blackburn Rovers.
West Ham
israeli defender Tal Ben Haim on loan from Portsmouth; French forward Frederic Piquionne from Lyon for a fee of €1.2m; Mexican forward Pablo Barrera from Pumas for a fee of €4.7m; German midfielder Thomas Hitzlsperger from Lazio for a fee of €3m.
Wigan
Dutch defender Ronnie Stam from Twente for a fee of €4m; Scottish midfielder James McArthur from Hamilton for a fee of €0.5m; Oman goalkeeper Ali Al-Habsi on loan from Bolton Wanderers; Argentinean forward Mauro Boselli from Estudiantes for a fee of €6m; Paraguayan defender Antolin Alcaraz on a free transfer from Brugge.

Wolves
Irish midfielder Stephen Hunt from Hull City; French defender Steven Mouyokolo from Hull City; Scottish forward Steven Fletcher from Burnley for a fee of €7.8m; Belgian defender Jelle van Damme from Anderlecht.
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Re: The Transfer Window.
« Reply #50 on: August 05, 2010, 08:15:59 PM »
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Re: The Transfer Window.
« Reply #51 on: August 05, 2010, 08:51:03 PM »
No worries.

I fuckin' edited the first part of that post to make sure it was aligned properly. Yet it still fucked up  :mad:
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Re: The Transfer Window.
« Reply #52 on: August 06, 2010, 01:52:19 AM »
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Re: The Transfer Window.
« Reply #53 on: August 06, 2010, 04:34:43 PM »
Fabregas announces he's staying at Arsenal for the coming season. the statement had a lot of maturity to it. although most people are speculating that he's agreed to stay for one more season, after which he'll get his Barca move.
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« Reply #54 on: August 06, 2010, 05:25:20 PM »
I think he did very well. He clearly wants to leave but has to much respect for the club & Wenger to force a move. I think he will 100% leave next summer with Wenger hoping that Ramsey & Wilshere will mature this season and fill the void next season.

I truely hope that Wenger has not agreed to let Cesc leave next season for a 'reduced' fee. He will still have 4 years left on his deal and Arsenal should get every penny out of Barca after how they carried on this summer. 
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« Reply #55 on: August 06, 2010, 05:30:34 PM »
Fabregas announces he's staying at Arsenal for the coming season. the statement had a lot of maturity to it. although most people are speculating that he's agreed to stay for one more season, after which he'll get his Barca move.

Barcelona are a good team what with Iniesta, Villa, Ibrahimovic, Pique, Hernandez and Messi of course but i think Fabregas would definitely improve their squad greatly. The best bit about Spain's teams is most top teams are fairly even in talent such as Real Madrid who seem to have a pretty air tight line up or inter Milan.

with such great competition i think Barcelona can't afford not to make a play for Fabregas.
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« Reply #56 on: August 06, 2010, 05:34:08 PM »
I think he did very well. He clearly wants to leave but has to much respect for the club & Wenger to force a move. I think he will 100% leave next summer with Wenger hoping that Ramsey & Wilshere will mature this season and fill the void next season.

I truely hope that Wenger has not agreed to let Cesc leave next season for a 'reduced' fee. He will still have 4 years left on his deal and Arsenal should get every penny out of Barca after how they carried on this summer. 


He's a 40 million player.


Barcelona are a good team what with Iniesta, Villa, Ibrahimovic, Pique, Hernandez and Messi of course but i think Fabregas would definitely improve their squad greatly. The best bit about Spain's teams is most top teams are fairly even in talent such as Real Madrid who seem to have a pretty air tight line up or inter Milan.

with such great competition i think Barcelona can't afford not to make a play for Fabregas.

Spain's squad is immense. Reina on the bench! Arteta can't even get a call up! He's been eligible to play for England since January  :ninja:

I'm gonna start a thread 'soon' on what the England squad should be for Hungary game.
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Re: The Transfer Window.
« Reply #57 on: August 06, 2010, 05:39:29 PM »
He's a 40 million player.

At least, if Ronaldo is worth 80 million & Yaya 30 million I wouldnt take less than 50 million, ah fuck it make it 60 million just for Barca  :tongue:.

He has a good 10 years ahead of him.
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Re: The Transfer Window.
« Reply #58 on: August 07, 2010, 03:53:17 PM »
Mikel Arteta has provided a huge boost to the Blues by agreeing a new five year contract with the Club.

The deal will keep the 28-year-old at Goodison until 2015 and brings an end to media speculation over the Spaniard's future.

Arteta becomes the fifth player this summer to agree new terms with the Club. He follows Tim Cahill, Seamus Coleman, Jack Rodwell and Leighton Baines in tying his future to the Blues.

Arteta told evertonfc.com: "What this summer has made me realise is how important I am to the Club and how important the Club is to me. The Chairman and the manager wanted me to stay 120 per cent and that makes me feel proud. We are all seeing the Club and the future in the same way and that is special - something that you don't always find.

"I believe in this squad. We have got a very strong squad now and it is getting difficult to pick an 11 because of the players we have. Something is happening here and I want to be a part of it."

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Re: The Transfer Window.
« Reply #59 on: August 07, 2010, 11:46:48 PM »
Deco has left Chelsea and joined Fluminese.
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